Slightly Stoopid will headline the lift off concert for Cypress Hill’s 2010 annual Smoke Out music festival at Pozo Saloon on Friday. This is Slightly Stoopid’s first show in the area since 2007 and Cypress Hill’s first performance ever at Pozo Saloon.
California natives the Dirty Heads and the Expendables make their way to SLO once again for two separate performances. The Expendables take the stage at Downtown Brew Friday night, followed by the Dirty Heads on Sunday.
Banned Books Week came to its close Oct. 1. The event opened the floor for library patrons to discuss why certain books would be censored and to talk about the ideas that made those books controversial in the first place.
Cal Poly senior Andrew Farrell is preparing for the November elections where he will be on the ballot for Mayor. Some feel that he lacks the experience needed for the job. Regardless, Farrell is taking his candidacy seriously and is looking forward to a victory.
reKinetic, an art exhibit, will be on display at the Robert E. Kennedy Library until June 6 and projects designed to be aesthetically pleasing as well as fully functional.
San Diego’s Through the Roots will play a free show at Cal Poly’s Via Carta Mall, near Campus Market today before going on to tour the West. They plan to play songs on the tour that no one has heard and hope to please the crowd.
Elvis Costello played songs spanning his entire career as well as covers of country and some of the first rock and roll artists for his nearly sold-out audience at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) Monday night.